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Hello ,

Does anyone has any experience with (re)packaging dongle drivers, the case i have over here is that i have an Alladin dongle driver, that creates a OEM10.inf and a OEM10.pnf file in c:\windows\inf. Because the package is going to be used on different pc, it is not sure that the same amount of OEM files are on all the PC's. Is there a way or has somebody all ready has some experience with change the OEM99 number during/after an installation? Or enumerating the last number and use it as a property in the filename.
i hope the you understand my question, it is a bit hard to explain.

Thanks in advance,

Rave.
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Aladdin provide merge modules that you can incorporate into your packages to do this very job. You then can strip out any enumerated Oemx.* files from your packages because the merge module will create them dynamically.

Take a look on the download section of their website and see if you can find a merge module for the particular type of dongle you need to package for.

For example, the hardlock merge module can be found at the following location

ftp://ftp.aladdin.com/pub/aladdin.de/hardlock/Hardlock_driver_MSI.zip

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Spartacus
Answered 02/08/2007 by: spartacus
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Thanks Spartacus
it is working fine.

regards,
Rave
Answered 02/09/2007 by: Rave
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